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Azhar, Baaghi and more: Has Bollywood won the battle against IPL?

Further, he said, The initial matches are boring. People are interested in the semi finals and the final. If a film has good content, it will survive the IPL.’

Further, he said, The initial matches are boring. People are interested in the semi finals and the final. If a film has good content, it will survive the IPL.’
In This Image: Omar Qureshi
Further, he said, The initial matches are boring. People are interested in the semi finals and the final. If a film has good content, it will survive the IPL.’
 

Adds producer Bhushan Kumar said, ‘IPL is a competitor only to films with poor content, but not for a intense films like Sarbjit at all’.

Adds producer Bhushan Kumar said, ‘IPL is a competitor only to films with poor content, but not for a intense films like Sarbjit at all’.
In This Image: Bhushan Kumar
Adds producer Bhushan Kumar said, ‘IPL is a competitor only to films with poor content, but not for a intense films like Sarbjit at all’.

Trade analyst Omar Qureshi said, the excitement of the IPL is slowly going down and so people don’t mind missing matches to capture up on films.

Trade analyst Omar Qureshi said, the excitement of the IPL is slowly going down and so people don’t mind missing matches to capture up on films.
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IPL meant free entertainment at home. Besides, it would grant you a prospect to see your favourite Bollywood stars like Preity Zinta and Shah Rukh Khan in the stalls. Only today, after so many seasons, it doesn’t have as much fervor.

Director Omung Kumar, whose biographical drama, Sarabjit, is slated for release during the tournament, said, ‘I didn’t think of the IPL at all when deciding on the release date. I am confident that word of mouth will draw the audience to the theatres’.

Director Omung Kumar, whose biographical drama, Sarabjit, is slated for release during the tournament, said, ‘I didn’t think of the IPL at all when deciding on the release date. I am confident that word of mouth will draw the audience to the theatres’.
In This Image: Omung Kumar
Director Omung Kumar, whose biographical drama, Sarabjit, is slated for release during the tournament, said, ‘I didn’t think of the IPL at all when deciding on the release date. I am confident that word of mouth will draw the audience to the theatres’.
 

It’s Beginning with the Shah Rukh Khan-starrer Fan, to Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s Sarabjit and Emraan Hashmi’s Azhar, much to catch in the theatres during the IPL.

It’s Beginning with the Shah Rukh Khan-starrer Fan, to Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s Sarabjit and Emraan Hashmi’s Azhar, much to catch in the theatres during the IPL.
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Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra’s Mirziya as well as Shraddha Kapoor-Tiger Shroff-starrer Bhaagi will also hit screens around the same time.

In the past, film producers have gained a determination to not release their films during the IPL season, because they don’t lose out on an audience.

In the past, film producers have gained a determination to not release their films during the IPL season, because they don’t lose out on an audience.
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However, that seems to have changed. This year, there are so many films releasing during the IPL season (April 9 to May 29).